OT Reg. (BC), MOT, B.A.
Registered Occupational Therapist
Master of Occupational Therapy
Bachelor of Arts
Certified MyndMove Therapist
Stephanie was born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba. She graduated with distinction from the University of Manitoba with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology in 2011 and completed her Master of Occupational Therapy degree at the University of Manitoba in 2013. Upon graduation, Stephanie moved to rural Saskatchewan to cover a term as a sole charge Occupational Therapist in charge of inpatients, outpatients, rural communities, and Long-Term Care facilities.
Stephanie moved to Saskatoon Saskatchewan in 2014 and worked at the Royal University Hospital, one of Saskatchewan’s main trauma centers and teaching hospital. This is where Stephanie’s passion for working with the neurological population began as she worked on the neurology/neurosurgery ward and participated in the Stroke Distinction Accreditation Canada process for the Acute Stroke Unit in 2017.
In 2018, Stephanie moved to the Adult Inpatient Rehabilitation Program at Saskatoon City Hospital. Stephanie worked with clients on the Stroke/Acquired Brain Injury team. She participated in the Rehabilitation Quality and Safety Council, as well as the Rehab Patient and Family Advisory Council to support continual program improvement in collaboration with clients and families.
Stephanie is a passionate advocate for her clients, a cheerleader, a problem-solver, and always looking to improve her skill set. Stephanie looks at the whole person with their physical, cognitive, and emotional strengths and challenges, their valued activities, and their environment, to enable meaningful participation in everyday life.
Stephanie is new to Victoria and enjoys Rugby, Olympic weightlifting, CrossFit, Muay Thai, hiking, camping, and travelling internationally to explore other cultures and foods.